#13 LSU 45 v #18 Auburn 21 Live GameCast Live Stream

BATON ROUGE – SEC giants No. 13 LSU and No. 18 Auburn will get their conference battle underway on Saturday when the pair meet at Tiger Stadium.

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FIRST QUARTER AUB LSU
TD
13:19
B. Harris run for 2 yds for a TD, (T. Domingue KICK)
4 plays, 75 yards, 1:41
0 7
TD
1:39
B. Harris pass to C. Jeter for 1 yd for a TD, (T. Domingue KICK)
13 plays, 78 yards, 7:33
0 14
SECOND QUARTER AUB LSU
FG
6:54
T. Domingue 32 yd FG GOOD
11 plays, 65 yards, 4:24
0 17
TD
2:10
L. Fournette run for 40 yds for a TD, (T. Domingue KICK)
6 plays, 95 yards, 2:52
0 24
THIRD QUARTER AUB LSU
TD
13:19
J. Johnson run for 65 yds for a TD, (D. Carlson KICK)
4 plays, 75 yards, 1:41
7 24
TD
10:56
L. Fournette run for 29 yds for a TD, (T. Domingue KICK)
6 plays, 64 yards, 2:23
7 31
TD
4:14
L. Fournette run for 1 yd for a TD, (T. Domingue KICK)
2 plays, 5 yards, 0:50
7 38
TD
1:03
J. Johnson pass to M. Ray for 9 yds for a TD, (D. Carlson KICK)
6 plays, 59 yards, 3:11
14 38

 

FOURTH QUARTER AUB LSU
TD
11:23
B. Harris run for 1 yd for a TD, (T. Domingue KICK)
9 plays, 75 yards, 4:40
14 45
TD
5:47
J. Johnson pass to D. Williams for 10 yds for a TD, (D. Carlson KICK)
10 plays, 70 yards, 5:36
21 45

LSU comes into this game on the back of a tight 21-19 victory over Mississippi State last week and will want to use the same kind of defence to stop Auburn from scoring.

The visitors, in the meantime, needed overtime to see off Jacksonville State, 27-20, just when minnows looked well set to pull off the shocking upset at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

Traveling coach Gus Malzahn revealed that he and his team already put last week’s blip behind them and is only looking forward to meeting LSU in the SEC conference opener.

Malzahn also made note of some of the things his team needs to fix on offense if it’s going to get the better of the well-drilled LSU home side in Week 3.

“The big focus for us is third downs,” he said. “If we had gotten off the field a little bit better on third downs early in the game (last) Saturday and late in the game the Saturday before, we’d feel a lot better.

“Will is still learning his personnel. They’re still learning the defense. You look out there, you count four and five true freshmen out there at one time.”

Auburn took some criticisms from the football pundits last week for the way they performed against Jacksonville State.

That result was evident in the Tigers’ massive slip in the AP top 25 college football after dropping from No. 6 to No. 18.

Still, Malzahn doesn’t seem too concerned.

His team is 2-0 and remains undefeated.

“You have to know the pulse of your team. You can’t be too high and you can’t be too low,” Malzahn said.

“We’re playing a very good team and our players understand that. It’s a conference opponent. It’s the SEC opener. We’ll be ready to play.”

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